White City, Ore. natural gas project: In the Shadow of Mt. McLoughlin    

Tags: Avista Utilities, Infrastructure upgrades, Oregon, Natural Gas

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Post by Dan Kolbet

Avista worked with crews for Northern Pipeline to relocate almost 2,000 feet of six-inch high pressure main in White City, Oregon over the last month. Work like this helps create reliable service for Avista natural gas customers.
 
This particular project, which shows your rate dollars at work, is estimated to cost around $250,000. These photos show some of the progress happening in the shadow of Mt. McLoughlin.
 
Posted by  System Account  on  3/21/2012
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